Activities in Santorini
(1,1 km) – Listed as one of Europe’s best, Kamari’s open-air cinema offers the chance to kick back in a deck chair with a cocktail under the stars.
(1,8 km) – Perched at Mesa Vouno Mountain, this archaeological site forms the remains of a 9th-century Dorian colony. It is named after the island’s mythical ruler, Theras.
(2,2 km) – www.artemiskaramolegos-winery.com Artemis Karamolegos Winery is hosting visitors every day from all around the world in the newly designed place, for a unique taste experience of not only the wine but local plates too with a nice view of the Aegean Sea.
The restaurant Arome Avlis with the unique view, wine and food gives exclusive cooking lessons using fresh local resources.
The prehistoric settlement of Akrotiti on the island of Santorini (Thira) is one of the most important sites in the Aegean. In prehistory it was a well connected Minoan port town, with connections to mainland Greece and as far afield as Egypt and Syria. As the town was covered in ash following a volcanic eruption on the island, making this one of the most significant archaeological sites in Greece.
From the findings of the excavations it is now known that the area of akrοτιri was first inhabited during the late neolithic period (4500 bc) and by the 18th century it had developed into a city. Very interesting history, remarkable the discovery of the city in combination with a visit to the archaeological
The museum of prehistoric thira is unique it can be considered as an extension of the archaeological space of akrotiri
Because it is housing the ancient wall paintings etc.
Collections including: sculptures from antiquity to the roman period. Ceramic inscriptions and clay figurines from the geometrical period to the hellenistic period.